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Like Arrows is a movie starring Micah Lynn Hanson, Alan Powell, and Elizabeth Becka. When conflict, rebellion and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and Alice are forced to change their parenting strategy, and are surprised...

Genres
Drama
Director
Kevin Peeples
Starring
Garry Nation, Alan Powell, Micah Lynn Hanson, Elizabeth Becka

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Kevin Peeples
Writer Bob Lepine, Dinika Peeples, Kevin Peeples, Alex Kendrick, Kevin Peeples
Stars Garry Nation, Alan Powell, Micah Lynn Hanson, Elizabeth Becka
Country USA
Also Known As The Art of Parenting, Como flechas
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When conflict, rebellion and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and Alice are forced to change their parenting strategy, and are surprised to find effective, life-long solutions were closer than they imagined.

Top reviews

Monday, 25 May 2020 22:40

The Academy Award winner for Best Film, this is a well-acted, well-directed, well-directed, well-acted, well-written film that presents a great picture of life in the world of working class Ireland. The film's quality and depth of feeling, the way the film moves, the way it goes back and forth and the way the movie plays out is really a big compliment for a first-time director, but I am not sure how well they can do with their second film. The film's structure of telling a story in the past and the present and what happens to those in between, while not being wholly unique to the film, feels as if it has a lot of insight to offer on the life in Ireland. The film's story begins with a young boy named Sean who is told his family is dying and has to leave them. His mother, played by Penelope Brady, is determined to make the best of this and to keep her children alive. The film ends with the loss of his mother, but the viewer is left with the impression that his mother will live on in him. The film was able to leave the audience with a great deal of feeling for Sean, but we don't really know where that feeling is coming from. It's hard to say if the film wants to help the viewer feel for Sean or the mother. The film presents a great deal of empathy and sympathy for the mother, but we know that she is still going to be there in Sean. In the end, the film's heart felt message is that the message that will carry her to her children is a message about the sacrifice that working class people have to make to support their families, even in times of need. There are a few moments of comedy in the film, but most of the time the film's core message is that life is hard. I thought this was a well done movie that leaves the audience with a lot of feelings about the Irish people.


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